Workshop on April 3 2014 Co-located with DRCN 2014.
Introduction & Context
The Network of Excellence in Internet Science (EINS, www.internet-science.eu) is an EU FP7-funded research project, aiming to strengthen scientific and technological excellence by developing an integrated and interdisciplinary scientific understanding of Internet networks and their co-evolution with society. Its main objective is to enable an open and productive dialogue between all disciplines which study Internet systems from any technological or humanistic perspective, and which in turn are being transformed by continuous advances in Internet functionality.
14:00 – 15:40: USRR workshop session 1:
- “Towards modelling unpredictable disturbance in networks – how interdisciplinary science can help”, Dimitri Papadimitriou (Alcatel-Lucent Bell, Belgium), Bart Lannoo (iMinds – Ghent University, Belgium) and Heiko Niedermayer (Technische Universität München, Germany)
- “Perspectives on Multicast Complexity”, Nora Berg (HAW Hamburg, Germany), Sebastian Meiling (HAW Hamburg, Germany) and Thomas Schmidt (HAW Hamburg, Germany)
- “Towards Cloud Resilience: The Challenges of Virtual Machine Migration”, Noor-Ul-Hassan Shirazi (Lancaster University, United Kingdom), Steven Simpson (Lancaster University, United Kingdom) and David Hutchison (Lancaster University, United Kingdom)
- “Press the Big Red Button: Understanding Users’ Security Concerns”, Jerry Busby (Lancaster University, United Kingdom), Nicholas Race (Lancaster University, United Kingdom), Paul Smith (Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria) and Mark Rouncefield (Lancaster University, United Kingdom)
16:10 – 17:25: USRR workshop session 2:
- Keynote: “Green and survivable optical transport networks: a network performance perspective”, Paolo Monti (KTH, Sweden)
- “On the Interplay Between Sleep Modes and Device Lifetime in Telecommunication Networks”, Luca Chiaraviglio (University of Roma “Sapienza”, Italy) and Marco Listanti (University of Roma “Sapienza”, Italy)
- “Investigation of contradicting optimization goals for event processing overlays in MANETs”, Fabrice Bigirimana (University of Oslo, Norway), Thomas Plagemann (University of Oslo, Norway) and Vera Hermine Goebel (University of Oslo, Norway)
17:25-18:20: Panel session & Conclusion of the workshop
Participants of DRCN do not need to register for participation. Others can register only for the USRR workshop by selecting the free EINS JRA7/JRA8 workshop registration option on the International Conference of Design of Reliable Communications Networks website.
Technical Programm Committee
- Heiko Niedermayer, (Technische Universität München)
- Thomas Plagemann, University of Oslo
- Paul Smith, Austrian Institute of Technology
- Panagiotis Pantazopoulos, University of Athens